Health and Beauty

Our health and beauty this is very important and how can we be healthy and beautiful, ladies how can you look beautiful.

Fitness Helper Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy Ago Daniel built the Fitness Helper 2018 app as a Free app. This SERVICE is provided by Ago Daniel at no cost and is intended for use as is. This page is used to inform visitors regarding my policies with the collection, use, and disclosure of Personal Information if anyone decided to use …

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Good Stress, Bad Stress

“Since stress is the nonspecific response of the body to any demand, everybody is always under some degree of stress.”—Dr. Hans Selye. FOR a violinist to make music, the strings on his instrument must be taut—but only to a degree. If they are too tight, they will snap. But if the strings are too loose, they …

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Revenge of the Microbes

  THE 20th century has seen marvelous advances in medical science. For thousands of years, humans have been virtually helpless against the scourge of deadly microbes. But things began to change in the mid-1930’s when scientists discovered sulfanilamide, the first substance that could defeat bacteria without seriously harming the infected person. In the years that …

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Pestilence in the 20th Century

THE Black Death of 14th-century Europe did not lead to the end of the world, as many were predicting. But what about our time? Do the epidemics and diseases of our day suggest that we are living in what the Bible calls “the last days”?—2 Timothy 3:1. ‘Surely not,’ you may think. Medical and scientific advancements …

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Snail Fever—Is Its End in Sight?

BY AWAKE! CORRESPONDENT IN NIGERIA DESPITE stunning developments in the fields of medicine and science, humankind is unable to straighten out many of its age-old problems. This has been true of efforts to subdue snail fever. Seemingly, all the means are available to do the job. Doctors understand the life cycle of the parasite involved. …

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Opera in the Jungle

By Awake! correspondent in Brazil LOOKING through the plane’s window, we see two rivers heading toward each other—the sand-colored Solimões and the cola-colored Negro. When they meet, they refuse to mix completely until six miles [10 km] farther downstream. Nearby, the plane lands in Manaus, the capital of Brazil’s Amazonas State. “Here we have two …

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Live Longer and Feel Better

IMAGINE that human life is a long hurdle race—a race in which runners jump over obstacles. All runners start the race together; but as they jump over and occasionally hit the obstacles, the runners slow down, and more and more drop out. Similarly, human life has a starting point and high hurdles along the way. …

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Coping With Menopause

MENOPAUSE is “a uniquely individual experience” and “the beginning of a new and liberating chapter in your life,” say the authors of Natural Menopause—The Complete Guide to a Woman’s Most Misunderstood Passage. Research shows that the better you feel about yourself and your life—your own sense of worth and identity—the easier the transition will be. …

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A Look at Some Famous Gardens

THE human experience with Paradise began in a garden located in an area called Eden, possibly near Lake Van, of modern Turkey. A river that branched into four rivers watered the garden for Adam and Eve, who were “to cultivate it and to take care of it.” What a delight it would be to manage …

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Self-Medication—Benefits and Risks

By Awake! Correspondent In Brazil “WORLDWIDE the self-medication market is expanding,” claims the president of a large pharmaceutical company. “People want to be in control of their own health.” Although this may be so, are there any risks you should be aware of? Of course, if used properly, medicine can bring relief. For example, insulin …

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